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October 2, 2005

Everyman

Anonymous, ''Everyman'' -- Drama as Literature (EL 250)

"Yet in my mind a thing there, All my life I have loved riches, If that my good now help me might He would make my heart I will speak to him in distress. Where art thou my goods and riches?"

I felt this line talked about how everyman feels about his love of material things. He seems to feel that they are of no use to him now.

Posted by RachelPrichard at October 2, 2005 8:03 PM

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This play is one of the best drama ever written, although it was only very popular during middle age, it still relive a moral honor especially in christian religous point of view. Its messages are relevant to real life aspects such desire for much more wealth, which people normally do not spend time to think about, but once you read this play, you start thinking about life from beginning to the end. Consquently,you may end up reshaping your lifestyle, if you have bended experience.

Posted by: james at January 29, 2007 12:05 PM

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